July 21, 2018 Subject:
The the reviewer below
A cursory reading the reviewer's cherry-picked Bible verse would show that Christ was referring to the *specific* Pharisees, who had brought a woman to Christ, who sought to stone her. He rebuffed them, as they sought to call themselves followers of Abraham, and as they sought approval to stone the woman.
Martin Luther, who may have called himself a Christian, didn't behave like one: as he sought to legitimize his heresies from The Church, courted Jews as allies -- when they rebuffed him, he then turned on them, and started criticizing them, as we see in the work he penned here. So, "Know Your Enemy" - should we trust him? Perhaps as much as we should a dish served by a resentful, angry, ex...
October 2, 2012 Subject:
C. P. A = anti-semitic
This pamphlet by Martin Luther has been edited & published by notorious anti-semites. It is not a source to be trusted.